July 19, 2016
By Jennifer Kolstad, IIDA, ASID, Associate AIA, Director of Interior Architecture, HKS, Inc., Shannon Kraus, FAIA, Principal/Board of Directors, HKS, Inc. and Upali Nanda, Ph.D., Associate AIA, Director of Research, HKS, Inc. and Executive Director, CADRE

Genomics, big data and continuous health information tracking contribute to personalized health and precision medicine. When communities are designed to keep people out of hospitals and invest in healthy lives and lifestyles, they are moving beyond traditional healthcare, toward personalized health and collective consciousness. What is the design response to these dramatic shifts? What skills are needed to make these personalized systems work? What do effective teams look like? What does success look like? JOIN US, along with our clients, John Kouletsis with Kaiser Permanente and Judson Orlando with Children’s Health, as we discuss this thought-provoking topic, moderated by Metropolis’ Susan Szenasy.

To view the video presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3UPo_1JcNU 

To listen to the podcast: http://hksarchitects.libsyn.com/healthy-communities-healthy-people 

For more information, contact Jennifer Kolstad at jkolstad@hksinc.com , Shannon Kraus at skraus@hksinc.com and Upali Nanda at unanda@hksinc.com.

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